It’s that time of the year again and we are excited to share some decorative Christmas décor ideas and inspiration with you! Christmas trends range from the traditional red, green and gold to in-vogue or more neutral colours, depending. You may want to give your old ornaments and decorations a new twist with some of these inspirational ideas. This year is all about nature, as well as keeping it simple and real. Create something magical to be shared and enjoyed by all. Find your own magic when decorating your home this Christmas. Continue reading
What are the hottest décor, interior design and lifestyle trends for 2020? Creative Director Anita Bloom reveals all in the Decorex Africa Trend Report 2020 – the definitive guide to what’s in vogue.Continue reading
Who said that you must overhaul your home’s interior design to make it stylish and contemporary? And who said that if a room in your home feels a little off, you must invest in costly improvements? The truth is that you can make tiny transformations and end up with a home that is envied by everyone who steps foot in it.Continue reading
When Theo Bothma from TBAD Architects and design was approached by Luxury Living and Maxfine to collaborate and design a stand for Decorex JHB 2019, he believed that instead of a straight forward collaboration and entirely new and exciting concept brand could be created. The concept of Xperience luXury was born, and the concept was to show an entire living space, including a kitchen, living area functional modern wardrobe and a bathroom. Many homes are getting smaller, and this showcase had to appeal to a broad spectrum of consumers, particularly those that appreciate luxury and finer living.Continue reading
The Decorex Africa sales team have hit the ground running for Durban, Cape Town Africa 2020, and heading up this sales team is Bronwyn Houldsworth who has recently been promoted as General Manager of Sales for Decorex Africa at Reed Exhibitions South Africa. So, we thought it would only be fitting to catch up with this powerhouse lady, over a cuppa of coffee of course.